Books, Pamphlets, gift cards
- Guide to the Projects: Retrospective brochure 1997. 420 x 200mm, 10 pages.
- Notes on The Last Judgement Mural. 297 x 210 mm, 12 pages
- Range of Lenkiewicz gift cards with envelopes (wrapped) £2.00 each – Buy Here
- Robert Lenkiewicz: Human All Too Human (Catalogue) Spinnerei, Leipzig 23 June – 21 July 2013 ISBN 978-0-9569401-2-4. (also available in German – 'Menschliches, Allzumenschliches' ISBN 978-0-9569401-1-7) Size: 210 x 197 mm, 64 pages. Paper. 34 illustrations. £7.00 + £2.00 post from TLF's e-shop.
- Robert Lenkiewicz: Still-Lives Royal West of England Academy 17 April – 31 May 2011 ISBN 978-0-9552667-8-2. (Same as Torre Abbey catalogue with different cover). Size: 192 x 150 mm, 24 pages. Paper. 18 illustrations. £3.00 post free £3.00 from TLF, post free.
- The Painter with Women - the evolution of a Project ISBN 978‐0956848819. 2011, White Lane Press. Size: 286 x 286 mm, 96 pages. Hardcover. 52 colour illustrations.
- Robert Lenkiewicz: Self-Portraits 1956-2002 ISBN 978-0-9552667-3-7. 2008, White Lane Press. Size: 260 x 260 mm, 96 pages. Hardcover. 80 illustrations.
- Robert Lenkiewicz: Paintings & Projects ISBN 0-9531370-9-0. 2006, White Lane Press. Size: 288 x 290 mm, 192 pages. Hardcover. 85 colour illustrations.
- A Portrait of Robert Lenkiewicz: Photographs by Dr Philip Stokes ISBN 0-9531370-6-6. 2005, White Lane Press. Size: 320 x 320 mm,180 pages. Hardcover. 440 illustrations.
Available from Amazon or bookstores.
Published by the South West Film and Television Archive, price £10 (£12 inc. postage). Order here. Also available direct from TLF on 01752 221693.
FOUR FILMS ABOUT ROBERT LENKIEWICZ
THE LEAVES WERE FULL OF CHILDREN (1982) approx 26 minutes In this documentary, widely regarded as the best produced during the artist's lifetime, Lenkiewicz talks about his unusual approach to painting and gives an extended guide to the ‘Riddle Mural’ in the Round Room at Port Eliot. THE PORTRAIT PAINTER (1980) approx 9 minutes While painting a self-portrait with his muse, Mary, Lenkiewicz talks about the romantic myths surrounding the work of the painter. VAGRANCY EXHIBITION (1973) approx 12 minutes This film includes interviews with some of the vagrants including ‘Diogenes’ and ‘The Bishop’. INTERVIEW WITH DIOGENES (1973) approx 6½ minutes Angela Rippon interviews Diogenes (the vagrant, Edwin Mackenzie) at his makeshift home above a Plymouth rubbish tip.
PAL. Region Free.